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04 August 2010

2010 was drug-free says FIFA

Not one of the over 500 doping test carried out before and during the World Cup in South Africa returned positive, football's ruling body FIFA revealed Tuesday.

Not one of the over 500 doping test carried out before and during the World Cup in South Africa returned positive, football's ruling body FIFA revealed Tuesday.

It was therefore all the more pleasing that the teams were so cooperative, and the test results prove that top performances can be achieved in football without resorting to prohibited substances and methods." (Sapa – 4 August 2010)

 
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